54 B.C. L. Rev. [i] (2013)

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BOSTON COLLEGE
     LAW REVIEW


VOLUME LIV             JANUARY 2013               NUMBER  1

ARTICLES
FACEBOOK AND INTERPERSONAL PRIVACY: WHY THE THIRD
  PARTY DOCTRINE SHOULD NOT APPLY
  M onu B edi.............................................................................................1
UNREGULATED  INTERNAL INVESTIGATIONS: ACHIEVING
  FAIRNESS FOR CORPORATE CONSTITUENTS
  Bruce A. Green & Ellen S. Podgor....................................................73
DISASTER TRADEOFFS: THE DOUBTFUL CASE FOR PUBLIC
  NECESSITY
  Susan S. K uo  ..................................................................................... 127
DEFERRING TO SECRECY
  M argaret B. K woka.............................................................................185

NOTES
Trademarks for the Cure: Why Nonprofits Need Their Own
  Set of Tradem ark  Rules ...................................................................243
Check Fraud and the Variation of Section 4-401: Why Banks
  Should Not Be Able to Vary the UCC's Standard Risk
  A llocation  Schem e...........................................................................275
School Attrition Through Enforcement: Title VI Disparate
  Impact and Verification of Student Immigration Status ...............313
Feeling Inadequate?: The Struggle to Define the Savings
  Clause in 28 U .S.C. §  2255  .............................................................. 353
Corporate Victims of Victimless Crime: How the FCPA's
  Statutory Ambiguity, Coupled with Strict Liability, Hurts
  Businesses and Discourages Compliance .......................................393

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